ZIMSEC A Level Results 2021 Check Online
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ZIMSEC General Certificate of Educational Advanced Level (commonly referred to as “A-Levels”), this is the school-leaving qualification awarded by the Board to pupils completing secondary or pre-university education.
The GCE Advanced Level qualification is offered by the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC). Prior to this, this qualification was offered jointly by Cambridge International Examinations and the Board of Zimbabwe. The ZIMSEC variant is seen as more challenging than the UK version mostly in scientific subjects.
When Will ZIMSEC A Level Results 2021 Reseased?
The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) will release the A Level 2021 November examination along with the top 100 schools list in December 2021. The Zimbabwean Level also known as the Advanced Level Examination.
According to ZIMSEC A Level Results, the release date of the results has not been confirmed over the phone, nor has it been confirmed to the individual who is the applicant. After the result is declared, the results of the advanced level are sent directly to the requesting authorities, i.e. schools, colleges, universities and employers.
As soon as ZIMSEC A Level Results 2021 is released. All students who have already appeared in the exam are waiting for result confirmation. This will help students to enroll in institutions of higher education or people who apply to work in organizations locally, regionally and abroad.
About ZIMSEC A Level Results 2021 Check Online
- Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (ZIMSEC) is responsible for publishing the Advanced Level Results 2021 @www.zimsec.co.zw.
- After Advanced Level results distribution, by the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council, students should collect their results from respective centres across the country. ZIMSEC A Level Results 2021 November – Top 100 Schools
- The number of school candidates was 32 764 and for private candidates, it was 8 889. The number of candidates who sat for two or more subjects was 33 579, which is 80, 6% of the total candidature of 41 653.
- The total number of candidates who sat for the November ‘A’ level 2015 examination was 41 653 as compared 39 133 in November 2014. The candidature increased by 2 520, an increase of 6, 4 %. The number of candidates who obtained Grade E or better in one or more subjects was 38 873. This gives a percentage of 93, 3%.